Can I talk to the elected Prosecuting Attorney? I think that's the person who is working on my case.
The name of the elected Prosecuting Attorney of Snohomish County appears on many of our official documents. Although the Prosecuting Attorney does handle some matters personally, usually one of the Deputy Prosecuting Attorneys in the office handles criminal and civil cases. When you call, give your name or the name of the defendant to our receptionist, and we will attempt to connect you with the right person.

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1. I have been a victim of identity theft, what do I do?
2. I need child support. Can you help me?
3. I want a divorce, I want to sue someone, or I want to adopt a child. Can the Prosecuting Attorney’s Office help me?
4. Does the Snohomish County Prosecuting Attorney’s Office provide copies of police reports?
5. Can I talk to the elected Prosecuting Attorney? I think that's the person who is working on my case.
6. Where do I report for jury duty?
7. Where can I get free or low cost legal advice?
8. I reported an incident to the County Sheriff's Office and they told me it was a civil problem. Who do I contact to resolve the issue?
9. Will you enforce a parenting plan that my ex-husband is violating since it was entered in your County Superior Court?
10. How do I post bail for someone?
11. What is the difference between a felony and a misdemeanor?
12. Can you tell me what my son / daughter was arrested for?
13. I’m a property owner, where should I go for information about evicting my tenants?
14. My landlord is threatening to evict me, what can I do?
15. I bought a used car and it doesn’t work right, now what?
16. How do I get my driving license back after a suspension?
17. What if I have a question which is not answered here?